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them the respect that they deserve! glenn: van jones horvetion quietly moved out of the spotlight, but not his passionate plans for native americans, no, no, they live on. in the calm reserve tones of barack obama's policies. obviously what he had in mind goes far beyond giving them casino licenses and free government healthcare. so, i'm watching barack obama say these things and that's the first thing i thought, oh, my gosh, look at his van jones policy happening right there and nobody is even aware of it. it bothered me. we can't seem to shake the radical influence of former green jobs czar van jones, because it ain't just van jones, or is it just a coincidence that obama brought up the native american rights and just happened to see it in such an inappropriate time and it happens to be a pet issue of van jones? maybe. maybe. but something else was bothering me as well that ties into van jones. a story we haven't had a chance to talk about. it was election night. while we were all focused on district 23, the sideshow between the republican endorsed democrat and the previously un
another person advising our president, even though he did tweet that van jones, the avowed communist deserve add more spirited defense, he couldn't be more a big government redistribution of wealth guys, right? >> there are opportunities in america to share better in the wealth, to rebalance the powers and unions and government are part of the solution. glenn: this isn't going well. no. just waiting for them to call. andy stern, union guy, government. he just said they get together, they are the solution to redistribute the wealth. wow, another big government marxist around the president of the united states, and this one is from the union, and the union that's kind of the sister organization of acorn. oh, my gosh! that's fantastic! it's a big old party at the white house. they should get gloria estefan there, and here is the good news. at least seiu are not thugs. they're not mobster knee-breaking tactics being employed by seiu, right? >> we're trying to use the power of persuasion, and if that doesn't work, we will use the persuasion of power. there are governments an opportunities
justice. that is the difference. james madison or van jones, which one, america? here's former white house green jobs czar van jones -- >> no more broken treaties. give them the wealth! give them the wealth! give them the dignity! give them the respect that they deserve! no judgments on stolen land! we owe them a debt! glenn: this is the native americans, we owe them a debt. this is stolen land. that's revoluntionary thought. next, gun rights versus gun control, thomas jefferson on gun rights. no free man shall ever be debarred the use of arms, the strongest reason for the people to retain their right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort to protect themselves against tyranny in government. gee, i thought it was all about the hunters. compare that to what white house regulatory czar cass sunstein said about guns. almost all gun control legislation is constitutionally fine, and if the court is right, then fundamentalism does not justify the view that the second amendment protects an individual right to bear arms. america, that's pretty clear. you going to go with thomas jefferson or ca
administration believes in social justice. that is the difference. james madison or van jones? which one, america. here is former star van jones. >> give them the wealth, give them the dignity. give them the respect that they deserve. no justice on stolen land. we owe them a debt. >> this is the native americans. we owe them a debt. this is stolen land. that is revolutionary thought. next, gun rights versus gun control. thomas jefferson on gun rights: no free man shall ever be debared the use of arms. the strongest reason for people to retain their right to keep and bear arms is as a last resort to protect themselves against tyranny in government. gee, i thought it was all about the hunters. compare that with what was said about guns in the white house. almost all gun control legislation is cons taoult-- constitutionally fine. america, that is pretty clear. you going with thomas jefferson or cass sunstein? the senate went with sunstein. how about you? next we have free press. responsible journalism is the flip side of that. thomas jefferson said: the only security of all is in a free press. the
them safe. van jones, who vetted him? they knew. the f.b.i., where were they? secret service? come on. >> secret service should have vetted these people. you made the point in the segment right before mike and i came on. this government, an candidly a lot of government does this, republicans and democrats, state, local and federal decides which laws it wants to enforce and which ones it doesn't. glenn: the secret service is supposed to be the main protectors and if somebody is standing between the security of our president and the secret service they got to be stopped. have you ever been to the white house? >> yes. glenn: somebody waved these people in. glenn: mike have you been to the white house? >> oh, yeah. glenn: does anybody wave anyone in? >> never heard of it. glenn: never heard of it. they check the size of your underpants when you go. something is not right here. >> i think the judge is right. somebody inside the white house gave the nod to that these people were ok to come in. glenn: that is what needs to be -- that person needs to be exposed. look, i can't tell you, how el
radicalism. hold drom and sun steen and van jones. >> i am appalled at the kind of radicals he has put into positions of power. it tel telegraphs what is his agendas are. >> i made a mistake. say where are the vetters. >> no. >> they got what they want. >> the better -- valley va jare- >> he had referendums on republicans as well. you have your mainstream radicals endorsed the gop. he was referred to and in new jersey as well. we have had both vlt conservatives. the real conservatives on happy hour and they are shaking this up. there's a big dilemma within the department. >> he is conservative. >> it's a democrat state. i think daggett will split the empty corzine vote as i said earlier. we have to take a break. we will come back. rebecca is going to buy us a beer. you want me to throw it to you? more of our great, great american panel straight ahead. . >> we continue with our great great american panel. you have this liberal congressman allen grace son. the first thing he went out there and said the republican plan on healthcare when people get sick and die quickly. then he calls fox
accusation is that van jones is a communist revoluntionary r i didn't describe him that way. in his own words he described himself that way. he was a 9/11 truther. he was forced to step down. was it that the administration was using n.e.a. as a propaganda arm for the administration? that was a question. we played tapes of the call with quoas si sergeant and quoas yosi sergeant had to step down, and how was this crazy accusation, that anita dunn was a left wing nut job. we played the tapes of her preaching the virtues of mao to a bunch of high school students. yeah, she just stepped down a few days ago. how about this, maybe it was a crazy accusation that acorn was deeply corrupt. that was crazy, huh? we played the tapes of them trying to help underaged prostitutes come into the country illegally. they fired the employ whys an lost their federal funding. or was it that andy stern of seiu has undue influence in this administration? well, the visitor logs now show that he has visited the white house more than anyone else that we know of since obama took office o.t. come meet the south park analo
seen with the power of this movement can do. we have seen van jones. he is gone. acorn is being defunded. of getting debate on it. i think that is the neck step. people have been going to these protests who are now deciding that they think they will run for office themselves. we have ed martin jr. and someone else, who has been involved in this grass-roots effort from its conception. we have seen a lot come out of this movement and that is where it is heading. legislation and getting some real, actual, grass-roots candidates out of it appeared greta: next, it might be the biggest controversy from any town hall. congresswoman sheila jackson lee on her cell phone while a cancer survivor asked her question. the woman who asked the question and the congresswoman both "on the record." greta: a peaceful resolution. that is how john mccain describes what he thought of the town house. senator mccain and senator lindsey graham faced voters in south carolina. >> we want to fix health care. it is the cost, not the quality. we want to sit down anytime, anywhere with the president and the de
change. we've already seen what the power of this movement can do. f we've seen van jones, he's gonel acorn, they are being defunded.t and we've seen the healthcare legitimatelation being proposed stalled in favor of having some debate ton and get to go the so i think that's kind of the nextin step. we are seeing people who have been going to these tea party protests who are i now deciding that they think they are going to run for office themselves too. here in missouri there's he edov martin jr.mar and now other people are in fired to run. we t are seeing a lot come out f the movement and that's wherere it'sre heading. legislation and getting some real actual grass roots common sense candidates out testify. >> up next, it might be the biggest controversy from any town hall. congresswoman sheila jackson lee on her cellphone while a cancer survivor asked her a question. woman who asked the question and the congresswoman both on the record coming up. ooo a peaceful revolution, that's how john mccain describes what he saw at the town halls. they faced voters at a joint town hall in south
on your list, van jones. >> if there was a food analogy, it would be deep fried turkey. you look at all the warning signs about his radicalism, and then the cheesy explanation team capable of his radical behavior. before he left, he tried to rationalize signing in 9/11 conspiracy petition. although his name was there, he did not quite agree with what was on the petition. of course, that raises another personnel question. he was recruited by valerie jones. rick: no. 3 on your list is "the new york times." >> i find it amusing, and their admission of guilt. but when they were rationalizing de acorn story and other stories, they said they had insufficient information and said that they were going to appoint a media monitor to look after companies like fox news to make sure they were not caught flatfooted. in the case of acorn, they had a reporter but cut days before the elections but decided not to because it would be in game changer. clayton: the only person who can we've endured the common cup, dder, and fish references in one. you may be surprised to find out which american icon declare
as it fizzled out. we have a live report from bob van dillen. what you still might need to worry about. >>> and the white house is slamming report that's suggests president obama already decided to send more troops to afghanistan. national security adviser general jim jones says the reports are false. senior administration officials suggest that pentagon sources leaked misinformation. the president meets with his national security team tomorrow. >>> those are some of the stories we're following for you on this tuesday. hope you're having a good day. the latest on this story was breaking news this morning. the man who police say was holding a principal hostage at a high school is now under arrest. this happened about 30 minutes ago at a school in pine plains, new york, north of new york city. about two hours north. no one was hurt. the town's supervisor says no shots were fired as well. right now armed officers are standing at front doors -- at the front door of the school. local media has said the man has a son in the military and is upset with the government. >>> during wartime, u.s.
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